Mustache Straw

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About: Former Instructables employee. Living in San Francisco amidst the fog. I love getting my hands dirty by taking on new projects, developing unique skills and learning fun facts.

Mustaches are classy. And who doesn't want to be classy when taking a sip of their favorite beverage? Not me.
 
These paper mustaches are quick and easy to make, and will bring a smile to your friends faces...along with paper facial hair.

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Step 1: You Will Need

  • Card stock, or a stiffer paper, in whatever color you choose
  • Bendy straws
  • Scissors and/or an exacto-knife
  • Hole punch

Step 2: Templates

Take a minute to go online and find some mustaches you want on your face. If you google image search "mustache template" plenty of options will pop up. I opted for these

Print and cut them out.

Step 3: Trace and Cut 'stache

Using your templates, take a pencil and trace them onto your card stock.

Cut out. Hole-punch a hole in the center.

Step 4: Don

Hip hip hooray! Place your 'stache on your straw and rock the Pencil, Handlebar, Dali, Walrus, or whatever other style tickles your fancy upper lip.

Happy sipping!

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    If I made this, my son would probably constantly say, "I mustache you a question" when he was using it xD

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    Dusk Shadows

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Used it for a party on July 15 for my birthday party (just family =( and my b-day is on July 10th) they all loved them! thanks

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    Dusk Shadowskazmataz

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    No my parents threw them out when we where dont but maybe if i check my chamera i might i'll look for ou when it comes back from repair

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    Dusk Shadows

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I'm using this tomorrow thanks for the idea my family will love it!

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    Cdn Sapper

    7 years ago on Introduction

    My son is coming up 4 years old and he is gonna love these at his birthday...great 'ible! Keep posting you've got some great ones!

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    kirnex

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Hey! Use thin craft foam sheets and they'll even be washable (and wearable, with some double-sided tape?) I'm totally making these. These are great.

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    gl0rious

    7 years ago on Introduction

    zomg! my aunt just used these for her wedding they were awesome. what a great idea!!

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    angelabchua

    7 years ago on Introduction

    ::::ahem::::: can we digitally slide me in the back there? hahha